Library-Based Model-Driven Software Development With SugarJ

With embedded Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs) and language-oriented programming, two core requirements arise: Languages have to be extensible and language extensions need to compose easily. Programmers require language extensibility to break up the ties to a single (typically general-purpose) programming language and to benefit from all aspects of embedded DSLs (for instance, domain-specific syntax or IDE support). Furthermore, since software projects touch upon multiple domains, it is essential to support composing DSLs for the common case of conflict-free language composition.

Provided by: Association for Computing Machinery Topic: Software Date Added: Oct 2011 Format: PDF

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